Based on the conference "Ordoliberalism as an Irritating German Idea" held at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin from the 13 to the 14 of May 2016, co-funded by the Thyssen Foundation and the REScEU project at the University of Milan. --ECIP preface.
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Introduction / Josef Hien & Christian Joerges Dirigisme and modernity v ordoliberalism / Bruno Amable Why and how has german ordoliberalism become a French issue? : some aspects about ordoliberal thoughts we can learn from the French reception / Arnaud Lechevalier Ordoliberalism's trans-Atlantic (un)intelligibility : from Friedman and Eucken to Geithner and Schäuble / William Callison The tepid reception of ordoliberalism in italy and present-day dissent / Stefano Solari Ordoliberalism as tradition and as ideology / Kenneth Dyson Ordoliberalism as a variety of neoliberalism / Thomas Biebricher Breaking the "caging" mentality : ordoliberalism, responsibility and solidarity in the EU / Maurizio Ferrera What is neoliberal in Germany's and Europe's crisis politics? / Brigitte Young The success story of ordoliberalism as the guiding principle of German economic policy / Stephan Pühringer Debunking the myth of the ordoliberal influence on post-war European integration / Angela Wigger The overburdening of law by ordoliberalism and the integration project / Christian Joerges Ordoliberal escape from societas economica : re-establishing the normative / Michelle Everson Ordoliberalism, polanyi, and the theodicy of markets / David Woodruff Ordoliberalism within and outside Germany's co-ordinated market economy / Albert Weale Competition or conflict? : beyond traditional ordoliberalism / Malte Dold & Tim Krieger Ordoliberalism and the quest for sacrality / Josef Hein Ordoliberalism and political theology : on the government of stateless money / Werner Bonefeld Policy between rules and discretion / Jonathan White How monetary rules and wage discretion get into conflict in the eurozone (and what "if anything" ordoliberalism has to do with it?) / Philip Manow.
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Print version: Ordoliberalism as an Irritating German Idea (Conference) (2016 : Berlin, Germany) Ordoliberalism Oxford ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018 Original